Climate change is a complex global issue affecting all aspects of life and finding adaptive solutions can seem overwhelming. Integrating climate change adaptation into everyday life does not need to be so challenging.
Countries around the world are taking action to achieve national and international climate goals, looking beyond the next few years, and creating mid century plans. As of January 2021, 27 countries and the European Union have submitted a Long-Term Strategy to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
USAID’s LESTARI project supports the Government of Indonesia to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and conserve biodiversity in carbon rich and biologically significant forest and mangrove ecosystems.
A Political Economy Analysis (PEA) was undertaken as a part of USAID LESTARI’s ongoing mid-term assessment to increase the effectiveness of project strategies, tools and approaches toward meeting high level outcomes for greenhouse gas emissions reduction and biodiversity conservation.
Through its LESTARI project, USAID partnered with the Government of Indonesia (GOI) to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and conserve biodiversity in carbon rich and biologically significant forest and mangrove ecosystems.
The Reporting Geospatial Data for Sustainable Landscapes Activities Supplemental Guidance for Standard Indicator EG.13-8, offers additional guidance for partners designing, implementing, or reporting on Sustainable Landscapes activities, or any activity with a land-based emission reduction result.